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This quantity specializes in 9 issues of relevance to the nuclear energy undefined. Chapters disguise: pressurised water reactors, boiling water reactors, gasoline components, complicated gasoline reactors, hot temperature reactors, liquid steel speedy breeders, fusion reactors, reprocessing and waste administration.
Content:
• entrance subject
• desk of Contents
• eu Federation of Corrosion - sequence creation
• creation
1. Corrosion in Pressurized Water Reactors
2. Corrosion difficulties in Boiling Water Reactors and their treatments
three. Zircaloy gas Cladding Corrosion Behaviour below gentle Water Reactor Operation and twist of fate stipulations
four. The Oxidation of established Stainless Steels and gas Cladding within the complex Gas-Cooled Reactors
five. Corrosion Behaviour of metal fabrics within the Cooling fuel of hot temperature Reactors
6. Corrosion in quick Breeder Reactors
7. Corrosion difficulties in Nuclear Fusion Reactors
eight. Corrosion Resistance of metal fabrics to be used in Nuclear gasoline Reprocessing
nine. Corrosion points of boxes for High-Level Waste Disposal

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They may be limited by a restriction o f the unusual parameters to short periods of time. W. Thorley and C. U. Borgstedt, in: 2nd Internat. Conf. M. , NTIS, Sorinafield. Va.. 1980. A. J. T. Honnorat, in: Chemical Aspects of Corrosion and Mass Transfer in Liquid Sodium, Ed. A. Jansson, The Metallurgical SOC. of AIME, New York 1973, 299-316 P. Baque, L. Champeix, A. Lafon and E. U. Borgstedt and W. Dietz, Report KfK 2516, Kernforschungszentrum Karl sruhe, 1977 H. Huthmann, G. U. Borgstedt and H. Tas, in: 2nd Internat.

Honnorat, in: Chemical Aspects of Corrosion and Mass Transfer in Liquid Sodium, Ed. A. Jansson, The Metallurgical SOC. of AIME, New York 1973, 299-316 P. Baque, L. Champeix, A. Lafon and E. U. Borgstedt and W. Dietz, Report KfK 2516, Kernforschungszentrum Karl sruhe, 1977 H. Huthmann, G. U. Borgstedt and H. Tas, in: 2nd Internat. Conf. M. , 1980, Vol. 2, Chapter 19, p. 33 L. Champeix, in: ALLOY 800, W. , North Holland Publ. U. Borgstedt, G. Frees, A. Marin, in: ALLOY 800, W. , North Holland Publ.

BE1 composition. S. Less Ni Less Mn Less Cr if N % Ferritic layer I Formation of LigCrNg on grain boundary after a delay time varying from alloy to alloy Presence also of M23C6 carbides richer in Cr and poorer in Mn and Fe No oxygen effect Fig. 8 Corrosion mechanisms for the Li/austenitjc stainless steel couple. lo-’ Fig. 0 1,l I 99 1 Fig. 10 Lithium-lead system. 7 9 Arrhenius plot of corrosion rate data f o r type 304 and 316 stainless steel and. HT-9 taken from Ref. 18 plus CEN Mol results. Weight percent lead I 1,2 1,3 1000 I T,K Fig.

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